Registration + Check In
We will be coming back together for in-person services on Sunday October 11th, at 9 AM and 11 AM.
Yes, we will be requiring everyone to check-in and have their temperature checked prior to joining our services. In adherence to the guidelines set forth by the CDC, anyone with a temperature exceeding 100.4 will be asked to join us for church online.
Yes. Masks are required to be worn at all times, on every area of our campus including the main auditorium and for the duration of each service. We will have masks available for those who do not have one. If you are uncomfortable wearing a mask or if you have a medical condition that prevents you from being able to wear one we will ask that you please join us for Church Online.
As of Sunday, January 1/3/2021, RSVPs will no longer be required. The check-in process will remain the same, so we are asking everyone to continue to arrive a few minutes early, but registration is not necessary beforehand.
Prior to regathering, our facility has undergone a deep clean and sanitation campus-wide by a professional cleaning company. All surfaces have been sprayed with organic sanitizers.
Ongoing efforts will include the addition of touchless sanitation stations stationed around the campus, including the outside breezeway, lobby, KidStreet walkway, and inside each KidStreet room.
Efforts will be made to ensure the cleanest air, including but not limited to cleaning of A/C coils and installation of individual air purifiers in smaller rooms.
Commonly touched areas (door handles, tabletops, etc.) will be sanitized during each Sunday Service.
The entire facility will undergo sanitization following each service.
Yes, we will be opening up at 50% capacity for the main auditorium as well as KidStreet for all services. We will increase our capacity as the state allows. Overflow will be available outdoors.
For safety purposes we will be providing contact-free entry to our main services, doors will only be opened by our service guides. All of our guides will be equipped with name tags and signs to help greet and encourage guests.
Yes. All translation packs will be sanitized and prepackaged with a seal to ensure that no pack is used without being sanitized.
Seating will be spaced out to ensure social distancing, and guests will be seated by service guides to ensure that we are following distancing protocols and maximizing limited space.
Upon the conclusion of service, we ask that all of our guests allow our service guides to dismiss the auditorium by rows. All auditorium exits will be used, and you will be guided to the designated exit for your section. This will help us to avoid cross-traffic as well as aid our facilities team in being able to sanitize the entire facility directly following each service.
There will be hand sanitizing stations both inside the classroom and at the exterior of each classroom door. Serve team members will be sanitizing their hands upon entering the room and will have children do the same.
Each room has been equipped with an air purifier as well as a UVC sanitation light.
All rooms will be sanitized in between each service.
Each serve team member will undergo a mandatory temperature check and will be wearing a mask at all times.
Yes, with the exception of infants. At this time we are not providing child care for children 0-6 months.
Kindergarten through 5th grade will be required to wear a mask at all times. Masks are not required for preschool.